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Columbus Water Works in the United States has come under fire after a new website has been put up on its website offering workers a glimpse into their lives, including what sex at the office entails.
The company says it has received over 500 inquiries from customers since it posted the information, including from a man who claimed to be a former employee who was fired after a customer came into work with a sexual encounter with his co-worker.
“We are happy to share with you what we do and how we conduct our business, including our sexual health, safety and the protection of our employees,” the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
“As a general policy, Columbuses water works offers safe, safe and comfortable work environments.
We will be monitoring this website to provide accurate information regarding our business practices.”
According to the company, it has a strict sexual harassment policy that includes “zero tolerance for harassment or sexual harassment of any kind, regardless of the gender, race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability.”
However, the company also acknowledged that employees may feel uncomfortable or uncomfortable reporting any harassment or inappropriate behavior, in part because of its strict policy.
“Our team is made up of many women, and some feel uncomfortable coming forward in their workplace,” it added.
“We strive to help all of our team members feel comfortable coming forward, whether they are on the job or off.”
While the information on the website is limited, it is being shared widely on social media sites and has been shared on the popular social news site Reddit.
On Tuesday, a Facebook group dedicated to the site called Sex at Work posted an image of a woman wearing a white dress and makeup with her arms crossed on the ground, her legs crossed together and her legs spread open, along with the caption “Sex at work is not OK.”
Another poster wrote that Columbues workers were encouraged to go home to eat, drink and sleep.
A man also posted a photo of a female worker wearing a red dress and heels with the words “Sex on the Workplace” scrawled across her leg.
The woman who made the post told the New York Times that she felt pressured into working at the plant after she was fired from a previous job.
“I was like, ‘I’m not gonna take this job,'” she said.
“I had no idea what this was, and I was just trying to get a job.”